Members of various delegations meet Chief Minister over there various issues in vidhansabha

Ranchi: members of different delegations in support of their various demands made Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Friday at the Vidhan sabha here.

A delegation led by MLAs Chamra Linda and Jiga Sushan Horo met the Chief Minister and thanked him for solving the issues related to the minority schools of the state which was pending since 2010. The delegation said that the decision of the government was a historic one and all minorities were happy with this decision.

The members urged the Chief Minister to also look into the issue of appointment of teachers in the minorities schools and approving the services of 126 teachers associated with minorities middle school. The Chief Minister assured the delegation that problems related to minority schools will be solved on a priority basis.

Later a delegation led by cabinet minister Mithilesh Thakur from Garhwa met the Chief Minister and apprised him regarding the problems of the area. They said that the construction of Pansa bridge is completed and urged him to inaugurate the bridge.

Another delegation led by Mr Mithilesh Thakur handed over a statue of Rajya Sabha MP Shibu Soren made from mud to the Chief Minister. The statue has been prepared by renowned mud artist Sanjay Kumbhakar of Bokaro district. The members of the delegation urged the Chief Minister to reconstitute the Mati Kala board and take initiative to encourage the manufacturing of products from mud.

A separate delegation led by MLA Sanjeev Sardar also met the Chief Minister. The delegation from My country is my family organisation urges the Chief Minister that a health card should be made for all the residents of Jharkhand so that through it they can take the benefits of various health schemes which are being run by the central and state government.

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